South Hamgyong Province
South Hamgyong Province (Hamgyŏngnamdo) is a province of North Korea. The province was formed in 1896 from the southern half of the former Hamgyŏng Province, remained a province of Korea until 1945, ...
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Sinpo
Sinpo is a port city on the coast of the Sea of Japan (East Sea of Korea) in central South Hamgyong province, North Korea. According to the last available census, approximately 158,000 people reside ...
Kowon County
Kowon County is a county in South Hamgyong province, North Korea. It lies at the southern tip of the province.
The highest point is Palbongsan. The western reaches of the county are high and moun...
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Toksong County
Toksong County is a county in South Hamgyong province, North Korea. It is largely mountainous, but the southern area is low-lying. The Pujonryong, Taedok, and Kodubong (거두봉) ranges pass through the ...
Lake Kwangpo
Lake Kwangpo lies near the coast of South Hamgyong Province of North Korea. A 4500 ha site encompassing the lake, including adjacent rice paddies and the 2,000-hectare (4,900-acre) Lake Kwangpo ...
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Ragwon County
Ragwon County is a county in South Hamgyong province, North Korea. Formerly known as T'oejo (퇴조), it was named in 1982 after Ragwon, paradise. It borders the Sea of Japan (East Sea of Korea) to the ...
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Taehŭng concentration camp
The Taehŭng concentration camp is a North Korean prison camp for political dissidents and those who have committed economic crimes. It is located in the Kŏmdŏk district (chigu) of Tanch'ŏn-si, South H...
Kumya Bay Important Bird Area
The Kumya Bay Important Bird Area lies on the eastern coast of North Korea on the Sea of Japan. It comprises 4500 ha of estuarine waters, rivers and saltpans, encompassing a 2000 ha protect...
Kumya Bay Important Bird Area - Wikipedia
Ryonghungsa
Ryonghŭng-sa is a Korean Buddhist temple in Ponghung-ri, Yŏnggwang-gun, South Hamgyŏng Province, North Korea. Located on the slopes of Mt. Paegun, the temple was founded in 1048 under the Koryo dynast...
Pujon County
Pujŏn County (Pujŏn kun) is a city in northern South Hamgyong province, North Korea.In historical contexts, Pujŏn is sometimes known as Fusen, according to its Japanese pronunciation.
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Ryonghung Gang estuary Important Bird Area
The Ryonghung Gang estuary Important Bird Area comprises the 10,000 ha estuary of the Ryonghung River where it flows into the Sea of Japan in South Hamgyong Province on the eastern coast of North...
Ryonghung Gang estuary Important Bird Area - Wikipedia
To Yu-ho
To Yu-ho (1 July 1905 – 1982) was a North Korean archaeologist and member of the National People's Assembly of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.To was born and raised in Hamhǔng. He ear...
Kumya County
Kumya County is a county in South Hamgyong province, North Korea. It borders the Sea of Japan (East Sea of Korea) to the east.
To the west, there are high mountains but the eastern portion of the...
Kumya County - Wikipedia
Yodok County
Yodok County is a county in South Hamgyong province, North Korea. Originally part of Yonghung County, it became a separate entity as part of the 1952 reorganization of local government.
Most of t...
Yonggwang County
Yonggwang County is a county in South Hamgyong province, North Korea. It was originally part of Hamju County, from which it was separated in a general reorganization of local government in 1952. For...
Yonggwang County - Wikipedia
Tanchon
Tanch'ŏn is a port city in northeastern South Hamgyong province, North Korea. It has a population of approximately 360,000. Tanchon borders the Sea of Japan (East Sea of Korea), into which the Namdae...
Riwon County
Riwon County (also spelled Iwon) is a county in South Hamgyong province, North Korea. It is located at the province's northeastern tip, and borders the Sea of Japan (East Sea of Korea) to the southea...
Riwon County - Wikipedia
Sinhung County
Sinhung County is a mountainous county in South Hamgyong province, North Korea. It is traversed by the Hamgyong and Palbong ranges. The highest point is Chailbong. There are also lowland plains, whe...
Kowon Station
Kowon Station is the central railway station for Kowon County, North Korea. It is the junction where the Pyongra Line, which connects Pyongyang to Rason, meets the Kangwon Line, which runs from Kowon ...
Hamhung
Hamhŭng (Hamhŭng-si; [hamhɯŋ ɕʰi]) is North Korea's second largest city, and the capital of South Hamgyŏng Province. In late 2005, nearby Hŭngnam was made a ward (kuyŏk) within Hamhŭng-si. It has a po...
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